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March 25: Registration Deadline
April 14 - 20: Early Voting
April 23: Election Day

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Civil Rights Restoration

For information or assistance on the restoration of civil rights, you may contact any of the following: 

  • Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, 308 E. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd., Suite "C".  Schedule an appointment by calling
    the office Monday - Friday 813-234-8683. 
  • Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, a non-partisan group committed to helping you every step of the way. Click here or call (877) 826-8682.  
  • State of Florida’s Office of Executive Clemency. Click here or call (800) 435-8286 or (850) 488-2952.
  • American Civil Liberties Union. Click here or call (813) 286-3439 or (813) 287-1698

If you aren't sure if you're rights have been restored, you can do an online Civil Rights Restoration Search here

According to Florida Statute, a felony conviction affects the right to vote in Florida (Sections 97.041, 97.053, 97.055, Florida Statutes). A person convicted of a felony is not eligible to vote in Florida unless his or her voting rights have been restored. To vote in Florida, a person who has been convicted of a felony must:

  • have his or her voting rights restored, and
  • register to vote in Florida by the book closing deadline (29 days before an election).

After confirming that your rights have been restored, you must register to vote by completing a Voter Registration Application